6 edition of Gaston Gallimard found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pierre Assouline ; translated by Harold J. Salemson.|
|LC Classifications||Z305.G3 A8713 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 430 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||87000202|
Simone Gallimard, a power in the French book-publishing world, died Monday in a clinic in Neuilly, a suburb of Paris. She was 77 and a longtime resident of : Eric Pace. Paulhan took the book to their joint employer first. 'Gaston Gallimard said, "We can't publish books like this,"' Dominique Aury grumbled in the Author: Geraldine Bedell.
Éditions Gallimard emerged from a marriage of convenience of Gaston Gallimard and the Nouvelle Revue Française (NRF), a leading French avant-garde literary journal. In December , the magazine's editors, comprised largely of modernist writers such as André Gide, decided to found a book . Only he represents this book. Pauvert is his last chance. Paulhan had first offered the manuscript to Gallimard’s selection committee. In a letter dated 18 October , Gaston Gallimard wrote to Paulhan that he could bring the manuscript of Story of O. This means that the book was completed well before its publication.
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The second best book about publishing I've ever read (second only to André Schiffrin's polemic against the corporatization of publishing, The Business of Books).
Most of the biographic material about the French publisher Gaston Gallimard is nauseating, particularly the story of his early life/5. A century ago Gaston Gallimard set up the publishing house that brought Camus, Sartre and Gide to the world.
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Gaston Gallimard, 94, Is Dead; A Leading Publisher of France. Dec. 28, The company's publishing diversity is illustrated by two of its book series, la Serie Noire—the black series.
Rue Gaston-Gallimard, Paris, France. 5 likes were here. La rue Gaston-Gallimard est une voie située dans le quartier Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin dans le 5/5.
Gaston Gallimard, (born Jan. 18,Paris, Fr.—died Dec. 25,Paris), French publisher whose firm was one of the most influential publishing houses of the 20th century. The son of a wealthy art collector, Gallimard studied law and literature at the University of Paris and turned to journalism soon afterward.
Inwith André Gide and Jean Schlumberger, he founded the literary. On Decem Antoine Gallimard, head of the illustrious French publishing house founded by his grandfather Gaston inreceived a letter from the French prime minister’s office. It was signed by Frédéric Potier, head of the prime minister’s “delegation in charge of fighting racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred.”.
Whatever the lesson, Gaston always worked the hardest, practiced the longest, and smiled the biggest. This is such an adorable book. It was recommended on Goodreads and was finally marked down as a Kindle book a couple of weeks ago so I bought it right away. Gaston, a white little Frenchie, is raised in a family of poodles/5.
D uring the past decade, more and more attention has been paid to the role that certain publishers played in French literary life of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Books about Louis Hachette, Georges Char-pentier, Bernard Grasset, and now Gaston Gallimard—the subject of a new biography by Pierre Assouline —illuminate the peculiar conditions defining a business that has always.
Antoine Gallimard is President of Éditions Gallimard and the Madrigall Group, which is the third largest French publishing group. Your grandfather Gaston Gallimard was one of the founders of La Nouvelle Revue Française, in order to please some of his friends, among them André Antoine wanted to study philosophy, but your father Claude Gallimard encouraged you to study law.
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University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: referencedIn. The renaming of half a Paris street as rue Gaston Gallimard on 15th June to mark the publisher's th anniversary is being challenged by a campaign "Sauvez.
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Founded in by Gaston Gallimard, the grandfather of today’s president and CEO Antoine Gallimard, as Les Editions de la Nouvelle Revue. Gallimard Jeunesse has published children’s books for 45 years and produces as many as titles per year, many of them noted for their diversity and with a stated goal of looking for innovation wherever possible.
The main company, Gallimard, was founded in by Antoine Gallimard’s grandfather, Gaston.Biography. Antoine Gallimard is one of the four children of Claude Gallimard and Simone Gallimard, son and daughter-in-law of Gaston Gallimard, the founder of éditions Gallimard in Antoine Gallimard has four daughters including Charlotte (–), appointed CEO of Casterman in November Claude Gallimard succeeded his father, Gaston Gallimard, at the head of Éditions Gallimard in Born: 19 April (age 72), Paris, France.Biography.
Claude Gallimard worked in the family business of which he would become the president at the death of his father on 15 January Married to Simone Cornu, he had with her four children who all worked in the book trades: Françoise, Christian, Antoine, and Isabelle.
Inill, Claude Gallimard handed the management of the group to his son Antoine, after removing his eldest son Spouse(s): Simone Gallimard, Colette Rousselot (div).